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This metropolis has a lot to offer in the way of stylish luxury accommodations. Boutique hotels such as Alexis, Hotel Ändra, Hotel Max, Hotel Vintage Park and the Inn at El Gaucho offer perfect little touches.
Alexis. Alexis boasts mid-century flourishes in the rooms, and bibliophiles will adore dining in the Library Bistro and hanging out in the Bookstore Bar.
Hotel Ändra. Hotel Ändra, a Belltown hotel, features Scandinavian influences in its design and warm touches such as an alpaca headboard, slate blue chenille covers and minimalist warm wood.
Hotel Max. You’ll find more than 350 original paintings and photos peppered throughout the arty Hotel Max. It also pampers with services like spiritual and pillow menus.
Hotel Vintage Park. A wine theme flows throughout Hotel Vintage Park, where the rooms are named after local wineries and vineyards. Don’t miss the free nightly tastings of local wines.
The Inn at El Gaucho. The comfy-cozy chocolate and cream rooms at The Inn at El Gaucho invite you to stay awhile with perks such as L’Occitane soaps, Philip B hair products, Bose stereos and Egyptian cotton towels.
Travelers to Seattle can sleep in style at one of the city's many boutique hotels. The Inn at the Market, just across the street from the famous Pike Place Market, offers city and water views and enjoy perks like the high-end Hypnos beds, custom Sferra linens, and in-room coffee service.
Just north of downtown, in the Belltown neighborhood, Hotel Ändra delights with minimalist Scandanavian design and in-room details like alpaca headboards and chenille comforters. Plus, you're just steps away from the slew of excellent restaurants and bars in Belltown.
Hotel Deca towers above the University District, and rooms boast panoramic views of the city and surrounding lakes and mountains. This boutique hotel, built in 1931, rocks its sleek, Art Deco interior. Permier suites have private, 1,000-square-foot decks with sweeping views.